Liverpool want bigger Premier League TV money share

Liverpool want bigger Premier League TV money share

Premier League clubs have rejected an initial proposal to end the equal distribution of overseas TV money, reports BBC Sport.

The summit has been called to vote on Premier League executive chairman Richard Scudamore's proposal to change the way clubs share proceeds from global broadcasting rights.

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A number of pundits and fans believe Manchester United have one of the strongest squads of recent years and have the strength in depth to manage in Europe and win the Premier League this term. "Clubs unanimously agreed to adjourn the meeting to allow further discussion".

An attempt by Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City to grab more of the Premier League's television billions is set to be thwarted by their rivals on Wednesday following a week of intense lobbying.

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Mourinho said: "Look, in here, without Zlatan we can not rotate the striker, especially because Marcus Rashford is playing also in other positions".

The Premier League's six wealthiest clubs are all reportedly in favour of the proposal.

The clubs chose to delay making a decision on the TV rights money until another meeting in around three weeks' time.

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Last season the plan would have seen each club given a guaranteed £25 million in overseas TV income rather than the £39m they received, meaning 20th-placed Sunderland would have been £14m worse off.

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